iTunes Movies in iCloud expands across the world, and we know this update will paint a smile on your face, especially the movie enthusiasts. There are limited features of the iCloud for users outside US. However, since yesterday, Apple expanded the iCloud where we can now watch our favorite movies synced on any iOS device or PC.
Are you one of those movie freaks who love to watch all day in your potato couch? Whether you’re in UK, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, along Latin America and Asia-Pacific region, the movies that you purchased on iTunes are now automatically synced to the cloud. The countries above-mentioned are included in Apple’s list for cloud-based movie support, and you can watch them on any eligible device – iPod Touch, iPhone, iPad, Apple TV and computer.
We all know there are some limitations when it comes to iTunes, probably some of you created different sets of Apple IDs as US user to enjoy some of the features that are not available in your country. With the plethora of books, movies, music, apps and TV shows, we can find at the store; we can’t help but download them all if possible, especially if they are free. People in US have enjoyed this cloud syncing ever since, and it was rolled out slow in abroad. Finally, we’re now in the same pace when it comes to cloud-support.
Basically, this new expansion of cloud service allows you to stream your movies if you’re connected in any wireless connection or the internet and shows them directly from the cloud or download them as if you want to watch offline.
Anything you purchased through iTunes is stored online via iCloud. However, you don’t have to worry about your space, because it doesn’t count against your iCloud quota.
You know how important the iCloud syncing. Most of the time, it’s our life saver for files and a reliable backup storage for other items.
Tell us what you think about this new sync support. What are your top movies in iCloud?